Save The Environment With BagAgain Reusable Produce Bags

Plastic is causing so many environmental problems in our world. Plastic is polluting our oceans and soil. One of the biggest offenders is plastic bags. Whenever I buy something, no matter how small the item is, the cashier places it in a plastic bag. It is a trained response that companies should stop enforcing. Most of the time, if I can carry the items I say “I don’t need a bag”. When I go grocery shopping, I bring canvas bags and BagAgain reusable produce bags. More people are using reusable canvas bags for their groceries, they should also be using reusable produce bags for their vegetables and fruit. BagAgain and several other companies are creating more Eco-friendly options. I started using BagAgain reusable produce bags which are made from recycled plastic bottles. They are roomy, washable and BPA and BPS free.


It takes 10-20 years for a plastic bag to break down in a landfill. There are trillions of plastic bags polluting our environment. Most of these bags are buried in a landfill leaching their toxins into the soil. By using reusable bags, you can help lessen the impact on our environment.

BagAgain Reusable Produce Bags Review

The BagAgain reusable produce bags are lightweight and easy to carry. I just put them in with my reusable canvas bags. I ordered 6 bags that are all washer and dryer safe. You can also wash and store your produce in the bags. The BagAgain bags stretch, so you can fit up to six pounds of produce in each bag.

Easy to Use

Save The Environment With BagAgain Reusable Produce Bags

The BagAgain reusable produce bags are easy to use. Just open the drawstring and fill them up with your favorite produce. The bags can expand to fit a large number of apples, potatoes, onions, broccoli or cauliflower to name a few.


Each BagAgain bag is made from recycled plastic bottles. The bags can stretch to hold 6.5 pounds of produce and then return to its original shape.


The reusable produce bags are also great for storing and keeping your produce fresh. The mesh design allows for optimal airflow.

Checkout Line

It’s very convenient at checkout. The cashier can easily open the bags or see through the mess to identify your produce. I have had many comments on how cool and efficient these bags are and people want to know where I bought them.

BagAgain Reusable Produce Bags:

BagAgain Reusable Produce Bag (6)

by BagAgain [EcoSense inc]
Price on Amazon: $21.23 - CDN$ 85.99

Reusable Canvas Bags:


Help save the environment one bag at a time. The BagAgain reusable produce bags are an excellent way to reduce your consumption of plastic bags. They are well designed and functional. I now take them with me every trip to the grocery store. Next time tell the grocery bagger no plastic, I brought my own bags. Why not do your part and get some reusable produce and canvas bags?

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About Financial Forager
I enjoy canning, preserving, foraging and growing my own food. It’s become a way of life. When you grow a vegetable garden, you eat with the seasons. Foraging is the same way. I forage for many types of wild berries and edible plants. Preserving is a great way to store and maintain your garden and foraged finds.

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